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United States Navy Gulf Coast strategic homeporting, draft environmental impact statement.
(U.S. Department of Navy, Southern Division, Navy Facilities Engineering Command, 1986)
No abstract available
Water quality aspects of dredged material disposal in the Gulf of Mexico near Galveston, Texas
(Texas A&M University., 1982)
No abstract available
Gulf of Mexico summary report 3: a revision of outer continental shelf oil and gas activities in the Gulf of Mexico and their onshore impacts: Gulf of Mexico summary report 2.
(Rogers, Golden, & Halpern, Incorporated, 1981)
Now, and for the near future, the Gulf of Mexico will remain the most developed Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) region in the United States and the world. Virtually all produciton from the U.S. OCS emanates from the Gulf of ...
Resort evolution along the Gulf of Mexico littoral: historical, morphological, and environmental aspects
(Louisiana State University, 1987)
The development histories of eight coastal resorts along the Gulf of Mexico littoral (Fort Myers Beach, Pensacola Beach, Dauphin Island, Grand Isle, Galveston Island, South Padre Island, Tecolutia, and Progreso) are ...
Management of bottom sediments containing toxic substances: Proceedings of the 10th U.S./Japan Experts Meeting, October 30-31st 1984, Kyoto, Japan
(Water Resources Support Center, U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, 1984)
The 10th U.S./Japan Meeting on Management of Bottom Sediments Containing Toxic Substances was held 30-31 October 1984 in Kyoto, Japan. The meeting is held annually through an agreement with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ...
The Folly of Stabilizing Oregon Inlet
(Institute for Southern Studies, 1982)
This article is about the efforts of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to keep the Oregon Inlet safe for navigation and travel by using various construction methods such as bridges and jetties.
Estimated number of dredge tows required to detect changes in oyster abundance in Galveston Bay
(Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Coastal Fisheries Branch, 1985)
The number of collections at different sites and replications at each site necessary to detect most changes in oyster abundance in the Galveston Bay system and at a single site therein were estimated using variances measured ...
Guadalupe River -- channel to Victoria, Texas. Draft feasibility report and environmental impact statement
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1984)
The purpose of this investigation has been to determine the need and advisability of enlarging the Federal project known as the Guadalupe River-Channel to Vicotria and its tributary, the Channel to Seadrift, for commercial ...
Gulf of Mexico summary report: outer continental shelf oil and gas activities in the Gulf of Mexico and their onshore impacts.
(Rogers, Golden, & Halpern, Incorporated, 1983)
For the near future, the Gulf of Mexico will remain the most developed Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) region in the United States and the world. Virtually all produciton from the U.S. OCS emanates from the Gulf of Mexico. ...
The Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. Texas' unsung hero in the battle for economic independence.
(Texas A&M University Sea Grant College Program., 1988)
The Gulf Intracoastal Waterway is a resource through which goods smoothly enter domestic and foreign streams of commerce. Chemicals, petroleum products, minerals, and other Texas commodities can reach distant destinations. ...